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... pulpit. A little further upstream and also opposite is Bisham Abbey. It's now the National Sports Centre and not open to the public but way back in 1139 the original building was occupied by the Knights Templars. Moving on to 1307 it became an Augustinian priory and Warwick the king maker was buried here after his death at the battle of Barnet. In 1536, Henry VIII declared it closed although it was reopened by a group of Benedictine monks ...
... her physical body. However it happens, the result is distressingly tangible and so we try to develop techniques to best cope with it. Walking the several kilometres through this town we focus our attention on the preparation of a mythical gargantuan meal. It’s a sumptuous dinner for this evening, with glasses of all manner of different wines, combining with an extensive range of tempting, perfectly cooked foods. We manage reasonably well with the walking for some ...
... exciting when I got a call from Anne at Corpus around 10AM. She had a Corpus student with her who was having stomach pain but she couldn't get a doctor's appointment because the local surgery was all booked up. Anne was concerned that the girl's symptoms might be similar to the appendicitis boy, even though I feel like it would take a colossal freak of nature planetary alignment for us to have two kids with appendicitis within 24 hours of each other. ...
... still possible, but probably unlikely, so if you want to see this Great WarBird fly, it’s either YouTube or a trip to the US (Virginia) where there is a private collector that owns one
would recommend a trip to the Museum, but don’t expect it to be like Duxford or Hendon, they just don’t have the room or the money to make it like them (the Mosquito in Hendon looks ridiculous in that ‘flying mode’)
Its good ...
... just a memory. I also had to keep reminding myself of what I had said to Mo, on several occasions on the trip, ‘if you’re in the room , be in the room’. I was on the last leg of the trip, the weather was perfect, everything had gone well, what was not to enjoy. And I did, it was the best day of cycling I have ever done. But every now and then the eyes would well up again.
When we reached John O’Groats and had the photos ...